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  1. Anthropologies of Art (Clark Studies in the Visual Arts)
  2. Visual Methodologies: An Introduction to the Interpretation of Visual Materials by Dr Gillian Rose, 2001-03-20
  3. Vision, Race, and Modernity: A Visual Economy of the Andean World by Deborah Poole, 1997-05-23
  4. The Ethnographer's Eye: Ways of Seeing in Anthropology by Anna Grimshaw, 2001-04-30
  5. Doing Visual Ethnography: Images, Media and Representation in Research by Dr Sarah Pink, 2001-05-01
  6. Eyes across the water: The Amsterdam Conference on Visual Anthropology and Sociology, 1989
  7. Visual Anthropology in India and Its Development by K.N. Sahay, 1993-01
  8. Middletown: The Making of a Documentary Film Series (Visual Anthropology) by Dwight Hoover, 1992-01-01
  9. Visual Arts: Plastic and Graphic (World anthropology)
  10. Eyes across the water, II: Essays on visual anthropology and sociology
  11. Visual Anthropology and India: Proceedings of a Seminar
  12. Made to be Seen: Perspectives on the History of Visual Anthropology
  13. The Cinema of John Marshall (Visual Anthropology)
  14. Visual Anthropology: Essential Method and Theory by Fadwa El Guindi, 2004-11-15

21. CVA - NewsNet (Commission On Visual Anthropology)
Commission on visual anthropology. Contains information, newsletter, publications, events, countries, and links.
Commission on Visual Anthropology is one of the branches
of the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences
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22. Anthropology 338 - Visual Anthropology Of Modern Japan
ANTHROPOLOGY/ASIAN STUDIES 338 visual anthropology OF MODERN JAPAN.Instructor Richard Chalfen, Department of Anthropology Office
ANTHROPOLOGY/ASIAN STUDIES 338: VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY OF MODERN JAPAN Instructor: Richard Chalfen , Department of Anthropology
Office: 224 Gladfelter Hall 204-1413
Class: Wednesday, 2:40-5:10 PM Students will understand better how a visual anthropologist would seek to study and "know" another culture, specifically Japan what would be looked at and what methods would be most suitable to see what has been "made to be seen." Each student will be evaluated through a late midterm exam and a term project as well as short quizzes and/or essays based on observational exercises. The course should appeal to students in Visual/Cultural Anthropology, Asian Studies, Mass Communication as well as Film and Media Arts (FMA). Required/Suggested Texts: In Praise of Shadows
Geisha, Gangster, Neighbor, Nun [or Public People, Private People , 1996]by Donald Richie, Tokyo: Kodansha International, 1987,
Cinematographic Theory and New Dimensions in Ethnographic Film edited by Paul Hockings and Yasuhiro Omori, Senri Ethnological Studies, No. 24 (1988), Osaka JP: National Museum of Ethnology;

23. Media Anthropology
Updated version of an article from the Spring 1991 issue of Commission on visual anthropology Review.
This article originally appeared in Commission on Visual Anthropology Review, Spring, 1991. DR. RON BURNETT ARCHIVES 1994-99 Thus what is important about experiments in community radio is the way in which they allow disenfranchised members of the community to enter into the technology of sound, to engage with the technology not so much to produce a representation which communicates but to participate in the creative process. Yet as Christopher Pinney has argued in a recent issue of the "Studies in Visual Anthropology" the residual effects of naturalism, which has been a guiding element in the development of ethnographic films and videos, remains in place in even the most progressive of texts, those premised on self-reflexivity and on a critique of ethnographic truth. This is because ethnography still sees fieldwork as the underpinning for the discipline, as the basis upon which images as such, can be produced. ãGiven this historical legacy of a particular method of data production the whole project of anthropology remains dependent on the acknowledgement that the whole thing is the product of the individual being there, being Îexposed to the lightâ. Within this inescapable parameter, reflexivity, the Îcrack in the mirrorâ always becomes further proofs, further guarantees of the truth of the representation.ä3 But the Slapins-Podnieks imagery is striking because it comes from, springs out of, a deep sense of disenfranchisement. The voice which speaks in their films is experimental, documentary, fictional, ethnographic. Their's is a postmodern assemblage in the tradition of Trin Minh-ha, a self-reflexivity which does not have to declare itself. Its modus-operandi from the start is to make the medium speak because it has been silenced for so long. Their films echo with the excitement of discovery as if the medium of film has been dormant for decades, as if the forms we have grown accustomed to can be remade, reworked. Their fearless use of montage echoes Eisenstein and Dziga-Vertov, a combination which neither could have forseen and which neither would have desired.

24. The Granada Centre For Visual Anthropologyhttp// - Febr
visual anthropology seeks to publish articles, comments, discussions, film and book reviews which contribute to the

25. Society For Folk Arts Preservation, Inc.|Welcome
Nonprofit archive documenting living art traditions and visual anthropology on film and video.
Society for Folk Arts Preservation, Inc.
ABOUT THE SOCIETY The Society for Folk Arts Preservation, Inc. (SFAP) was founded in 1977 as a not-for-profit, 501C3 tax exempt, educational and cultural organization to act as a repository or archive for visual craft techniques in danger of disappearing throughout the world. By means of the production of films, video and audio tapes, SFAP seeks to preserve, document, and disseminate these techniques for the use of artists, anthropologists, social scientists, and the interested public. The Society was formed by an international group of artists, visual anthropologists, art historians, and folklorists concerned with the continuity of quality in the visual arts. The term folk arts as we see it, covers a broad area of still-living traditions which must be recorded, for, in a sense, only time will tell what will endure. Our main areas of interest are the intuitive art, in visual form, of the traditional craftsworker and the craft traditions handed down from generation to generation. Statement Projects Sample Photos Our Founders ... Elaine Dantzler : Webmaster

26. ESfO Bookmarks - Visual Anthropology
ESFO Homepage. BACK TO LINKS MAIN PAGE. visual anthropology. AllMovie Guide American Archives of Factual Film American Communication
All Movie Guide American Archives of Factual Film American Communication Association American Museum of Photography ... Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival
4 February 2003 (c)European Society for Oceanists 

27. Dan's Visual Anthropology
Dan's visual anthropology. Presents his photographs of life in Brazil. Has images, resume, and data and articles on Brazil and on his community projects there.
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Dan's Visual Anthropology Welcome to Dan 's Visual Anthropology!
The passion I've discovered during my many years in Brazil has been one for drawing people closer together by helping them understand each other's needs and hopes through the use of artistic expression and photography.
I invite you to take a look at some examples of the projects and multi media exhibits I've been privileged to participate in.
You can contact me via e-mail at

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28. Visual Anthropology Papers / Articoli Di Antropologia Visuale
s, SIGHTS visual anthropology Forum.......visual anthropology Papers on line, Home Page. ANDERSON Kevin, EthnographicHypermedia Transcending Thick
Visual Anthropology Papers on line Updated March 10, 2003 Author Title Home Page ANDERSON Kevin Ethnographic Hypermedia: Transcending Thick Descriptions SIGHTS - Visual Anthropology Forum ASTUDILLO Antonio Simulacro de emancipacion. La representatiòn de la identidad mexicana en Malinalco Revista Chilena de Antropologia Visual BAJAZ IRIZAR Maria Paz La representación de una presentación Revista Chilena de Antropologia Visual BALL W. Mattew Understandig What We See: Subject, Author, and Audience in Visual Anthropology BALL W. Mattew Subject, Author, and Audience Revisited: Ethnographic Film Study BANKS Marcus Interactive Multimedia and anthropology - a sceptical view (1994) University of Oxford - Insitute of Social and ultural Anthropology BANKS Marcus Visual research methods University of Surrey - Dept. of Sociology BAKKER Kees A Way od Seeing. Joris Yvens's Documentary Century Documentary Box BONTEMPS Alex Representing Slavery: A Roundtable Discussion

29. Society For Visual Anthropology
Similar pages The Granada Centre for visual anthropology
Society for Visual Anthropology
"What is the...Society For Visual Anthropology...SVA?"
The Society for Visual Anthropology is a section of the American Anthropological Association. The Society for visual Anthropology promotes a broad range of theoretical approaches to visual representation and media. Both research methods and teaching strategies fall within the scope of the society. SVA members are involved in all aspects of production, dissemination, and analysis of visual forms. Works in film, video, photography, and computer-based multimedia explore signification, perception, and communication-in-context, as well as a multitude of other anthropological and ethnographic themes.
How to become a member of the Society For Visual Anthropology (SVA).
New members may enroll in both the AAA and the SVA at the same time. Membership is for one year and includes subscriptions to the Anthropology Newsletter and the Visual Anthropology Review. Dues are $125 (professional) $60 (student). Members receive a subscription to the biannual SVA journal, the Visual Anthropology Review, which publishes articles on the cutting edge of visual research theory and practice. Current AAA members may enroll in the SVA for yearly dues of $25. This includes a subscription to Visual Anthropology Review.

30. Sol Worth's Home Page
The posthumous home page of a pioneer in visual anthropology. Includes some of Worth's publications for downloading.
Sol Worth's Home Page
Biographical Note
Sol Worth was born Solomon Wishnepolsky on August 19, 1922 in New York City. The son of a dressmaker by the name of Jack Wishnepolsky, very little is know of his life before he began formal education.
He attended the High School of Music and Art in New York City from 1936 until 1940. Upon graduation from high school with a major concentration in art, he went to the University of Iowa. At Iowa, he majored in painting and sculpture and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1943.
After leaving the University of Iowa, he served in the United States Navy from 1943 until 1945. While in the Navy, he was assigned to Military Intelligence at the Joint Intelligence Center in the Pacific Ocean area aboard the U.S.S. Missouri
In 1945, he married the former Tobia Lessler and together they had a daughter Debora, now a therpist and married to Robert Hymes, Columbia University professor in the East Asian Institute. Worth returned to New York and began work for the Goold Studios in still photography and motion pictures. Working in the same firm for over seventeen years, he eventually became Vice-president and Creative Director of the studios. While at Goold, he entered the New School for Social Research where he took various courses in film producing, film animation and film editing from 1948 until 1950.
His scholarly abilities were well recognized during this period as he was granted a Fullbright Lectureship as a Visiting Professor of Documentary Film and Photography during the 1956-1957 year at the University of Helsinki in Finland. Here he produced a documentary film entitled "Teatteri," which was chosen for the permanent collection of Documentary Film at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

31. Visual Anthropology -- Instructions For Authors
Submission of Manuscripts. visual anthropology is a refereed journal. VisualAnthropology will publish entire issues devoted to a special topic.
Arenas Menu: Select an Arena Addiction Anthropology Arts Asian Studies Bioscience Business and Management Classics Colloquials Development Economics Education Ergonomics Gender Geography GIS Health and Society History Humanities Language and Linguistics Language Learning Life Sciences Literacy Literature Media and Cultural Studies Medicine Philosophy Physics and Chemistry Politics and IR Psychology Science Sociology Social Science Sports and Leisure Studies Toxicology Tropical Medicine Journals Listings Home Alphabetical Listing Journals by Subject Journal Resources Advertising Contacts Customer Services E-mail Contents Alerting ... Special Sales Information About Us Books Site Map Instructions for Authors: Click here to check your article status Submission of Manuscripts Visual Anthropology is a refereed journal. Manuscripts will be accepted only after review by both the editors and anonymous reviewers deemed competent to make professional judgments concerning the quality of the manuscript. Upon request, authors will receive reviewers' evaluations. Articles should be submitted to Paul Hockings , Editor, Visual Anthropology , c/o Malcolm Collier, 450 33rd Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94121-1606,USA.

32. Visual Anthropology Review
The website for visual anthropology Review, the official publication of the Societyfor visual anthropology, a section of the American Anthropological
Visual Anthropology Review
The website for Visual Anthropology Review, the official publication of the Society for Visual Anthropology, a section of the American Anthropological Association
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33. Society For Visual Antropology
Provides a section of the American Anthropological Association, promoting the study of visual representat Category Science Social Sciences visual anthropology......The Society for visual anthropology (SVA), a section of the American AnthropologicalAssociation, promotes the study of visual representation and media.

34. VISAN studio Of Visual Anthropology, Tomsk
Anthropology photos by Andrei Filtchenko. A slideshow format.
VISAN studio of visual anthropology, Tomsk
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35. Visual Anthropology Review
visual anthropology Review http// Editor J.David Sapir Email Film Editor Kimberly Dukes
Visual Anthropology Review
J. David Sapir
E-mail: Film Editor:
Kimberly Dukes
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The Visual Anthropology Review
is the official publication of the Society for Visual Anthropology , a section of the American Anthropological Association . Its editorial and production office is located at the Department of Anthropology, Brooks Hall University of Virginia , Charlottesville, VA 22903

36. Wendy Van Wilgenburg - Anthropological Documentaries
Information about film projects by Wendy van Wilgenburg. Includes bibliographic references, and information on visual anthropology as a discipline.
Information about film projects by Wendy van Wilgenburg. Includes bibliographic references and information on visual anthropology as a discipline.
Informatie over documentaires van Wendy van Wilgenburg en visuele antropologie.
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37. Anthropology : Visual Anthropology
visual anthropology a guide to library resources. The following area selection of starting points for topics in visual anthropology.
The University of Adelaide Home Departments Search ... Help/Feedback The University of Adelaide Library
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Visual anthropology :
a guide to library resources
Last update: 27 June 2002 by Chris Smith Contents
Finding books using the library catalogue

Finding journal articles
Web resources

Related library guides which may be helpful: Australian film resources Media Studies Popular Culture
Australian Centre for the Moving Image
Australian films : a catalogue of scientific, educational and cultural films 1940-1958 REFERENCE 791.40994 A938 Film Australia HADDON [Online catalogue of archival ethnographic films and film footage shot during the first half-century of cinema. The material is largely documentary and was largely shot outside Western Europe; it is stored in archives, museums and other institutions around the world] National Anthropological Archives (USA) [The NAA at the Smithsonian collects and preserves historical and contemporary anthropological materials that document the world's cultures and the history of the discipline. Various guides to the collections as well as access to SIRIS: the Smithsonian Online Catalog are available from this site] Picture researcher's handbook : an international guide to picture sources and how to use them / H. Evans, 5th edition, 1992

38. Granada Centre For Visual Anthropology
Email The Granada Centre for visual anthropologyis part of the Department of Social Anthropology, University of Manchester.

39. Granada Centre For Visual Anthropology
Granada Centre for visual anthropology. The general aim of the GranadaCentre is to promote the use of film, video and other visual

40. Working Images
Contains abstracts from the conference exploring anthropology, and visual anthropology. Includes introduction, themes, photography, art exhibitions, and ethnographic films.
Working Images Photography and Art Exhibitions 20th-23rd September 2001 Ethnographic Films Introduction Deadlines Themes, panels, abstracts and full papers ... Practical details Artwork© Manuel João Ramos The EASA Visual Anthropology Network Teaching Anthropology Network Museu Nacional de Etnologia, Lisbon ... Contact the organisers in collaboration with the Museu Nacional de Etnologia, Lisbon Working Images is funded by The Wenner Gren Foundation , the Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian , the Programa Operacional Ciência, Tecnologia, Inovação do Quadro Comunitário de Apoio III and the Fundação Luso-Americana para o Desenvolvimento and is supported by PT Comunicações
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